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Trench armour near Bullecourt 1917

Nothing on reverse. Quite a remarkable photograph taken near Bullecourt circa 1918. The knocked out British tank ('586') in the background is actually being used as a German dugout. Not visible in this photo, but in others I have seen of the same tank, a small flag is located about where the two officers are standing, near the front of the tank. This flag denotes the dugout as a command post.

Larger versions available here: Camouflaged command post  / Trench armour near Bullecourt 1917


© Brett Butterworth Collection (drakegoodman)


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